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This image editor has a simple interface with a few buttons, and it has tools that are similar to the Paint program. You can use the background and brush tools to add patterns, edit, change colors or add text and simple shapes. You can also use the Highlight Color and the select the tool to easily resize the image without affecting the resolution or the font size. Paint.NET has a History Brush and a Graphic Pen, and you can create an area, shape, path, text and mask, and you can easily adjust its size or shape, clip the image, draw a vector image and even overlay the image on another. The program can easily save images as icons, JPEG, GIF, PNG or ICO files, and you can save a selection or the entire image as a new file format.

It would be a shame if the one thing keeping you from learning Photoshop or going back to using it were the learning curve. I hope this wasnt the case, but the interface was certainly a turn-off for someone new to the program. If youve been using Photoshop for years, your muscles memory might prove the difference; otherwise, a learning curve might just be the reason. Thats actually what impresses me most about Paint.NET. Its not just an easy and intuitive way to draw on a blank canvas or edit images, its the power it gives you to create entire layers, quickly paint something out with color, and apply all the effects, layer styles, and tools that are found in the standard program. I could easily see someone with this tool making paintings and concept designs. If that is what you are looking for, I would suggest downloading this program and taking an even closer look.

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When it comes to Paint.NET, I am trying to balance between the wish to maintain a high quality image editing solution, and avoiding unneccessary maintenance, expense, and distraction. Its a complex problem since it has both a user base, and a large, complex codebase to support.

The next advantage is that all possible plugins are included. No.NET dlls or dependencies on anything. No plugins are forced upon you. You can choose what plugins you want to use, and nothing is ever required. The Classic release has intentionally hidden a lot of features from us users, and kept everything tightly caged. You can generally only use a subset of the available features, and then only if you use the classic-mode Paint.NET interface. The Store release lets you choose the plugins you want, and nothing is forced. You can even choose to use the Classic interface if you want!

New Features. Paint.NET has a much richer set of tools. Some are more widely known and used, others are really niche. People are using these everyday (in some cases several times per day), and theyre still useful even with the Store release. I would classify the following as part of the Store release:

FileTypes, Tag Tool, Layers, Save for Web… (albeit these can be accessed from the File menu in the full Paint.NET context), Peak FPS Cap, Watermark, PDF Export, Layer Comps (with the new Paint.NET Update Server, or via the Send To Pre-defined URL button), Background Color Correction (a plug-in by Azer ), and Glyphs. And these are all available from the File menu or the main toolbar or from the Paint.NET General context menu. This may be some of the most commonly used plugins in the Store release.

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Who Uses Paint.NET and Why Is It Important?

Who Uses Paint.NET and Why Is It Important?

I’m not sure if there’s a better answer than ‘Randy Ramsey.’ I’m very fond of Paint.NET for its…’simplicity.’ A number of my best photos were taken in Paint.NET. It’s the reason I ‘upgraded’ to my current installation of Win7 over Windows Vista -and- the reason I also consider a move to Win10 (ugh) unlikely.

I love Paint.NET. I started making a mug with it a little over 2 months ago, and it makes doing complex things like making custom borders for disposable mugs a breeze. A comment/suggestion would be nice.

The latest version is v5, and I have no problems with it. I use Win7, and have had no problems at all. When I first installed Paint.NET on Windows 7, I had a black background image. When I added a second monitor, it worked fine with the black background. Then I installed the Win10 preview and Paint.NET v5, and the black background problem arose (black background in all windows). I downloaded both sets of files from and ran the Update software for both. I have had no issues since. It’s been a pleasant surprise. I was getting ready to post this review.

I think a lot of people are interested in Paint.NET because it is free. But, most of the features are also available for $0 on the site. The only difference is the single license that you need to buy for personal or commercial use.

I can’t think of any legitimate reason why you would develop your own image editing tool that is 1/1000th of the cost of Photoshop. Give yourselves a break, folks. The developers at have years of experience with.NET. They know how to put the framework to use, to ensure the best performance and security possible.

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Paint.NET System Requirements

  • Windows Vista, 7 or 8
  • Pentium 4 (2Ghz) or newer
  • Athlon 64 (2Ghz) or newer
  • 2GB RAM

What’s new in Paint.NET

What's new in Paint.NET

  • Mouse gestures for zooming and rotation
  • Two new brushes: Monochrome Brush and Quartz Brush
  • Improved support for the latest Windows 10 features (Shutter, Dock & Undock, Snapping, etc.)
  • Expert mode for quick one-click fixes
  • Overlay controls for ease of use

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